thought of in "underconsumptionist" terms -- not often by economists but frequently in politics and in public debate -- and the Los Angeles Times still prints articles to the effect that the basic problem of economics is "how to achieve sufficient demand to absorb available production" .
If we think in terms of the labor freed up by greater productivity, as fewer workers can produce the same output, it is then clear that this can be put to the production of more of the old products, if desired, or new products, as we have seen: the cars, radios, refrigerators, washing machines, TV's, calculators, pacemakers, VCR's, computers, snowmobiles, and all the other features of modern wealth.
Or, as the following modern Zen poem has it:
Even Barack Obama later admitted that the "shovel-ready jobs" (everyone eager to pick up those shovels?) that the bill supposedly was for mostly didn't exist.
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I took the ielts recently, and i forgot to paragraph the essay, and i only got a 7. Im repeating it now. Do you think that paragraphing alone will raise that 7 to a 7.5 or an 8?
Thank you so very much! I will follow your guidelines.
When the Hundred Names have not enough, what prince is there to share enough?"Confucius, XII:9, translation after James Legge , Arthur Waley , and D.C.
I want a essay on waiting for the result.
Gordon Crovitz, "A Safe Space for Unsafe Spaces," , September 19, 2016, A11 Milton Friedman (1912-2006) the Great Depression some years ago.
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Since first publishing this page, I've gotten several requests aweek (often several a day) from people to "teach me all abouthacking". Unfortunately, I don't have the time or energy to do this;my own hacking projects, and working as an open-source advocate,take up 110% of my time.
that London would be twice as large...
But a note of caution is in order here. The hacker community hassome specific, primarily defensive political interests — two ofthem are defending free-speech rights and fending off"intellectual-property" power grabs that would make open sourceillegal. Some of those long-term projects are civil-libertiesorganizations like the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and theoutward attitude properly includes support of them. But beyond that,most hackers view attempts to systematize the hacker attitude into anexplicit political program with suspicion; we've learned, the hardway, that these attempts are divisive and distracting. If someonetries to recruit you to march on your capitol in the name of thehacker attitude, they've missed the point. The right response isprobably
Wage levels otherwise are to the welfare of workers -- i.e.
Even if I did, hacking is an attitude and skill you basically have toteach yourself. You'll find that while real hackers want to help you,they won't respect you if you beg to be spoon-fed everything theyknow.